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"george young" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:14 min | 1 d ago

"george young" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Is for sherry foster, you're going to love it, sherry. His daughter, he just took his daughter to UGA. She's going to be a dog, bulldog coming up soon. So ooga. 11 having Keith on here is an honor to have him on the show and let's get on in this story here. What do you think? Yeah, because this is really a masterclass. I mean, he kind of gives us a masterclass in one of the cases we're talking about is a money laundering case. How it comes to their attention, some of the things that they have available to them because folks, it's all about the money. If you can disrupt the money, you can take the money away, then you can take the toys away. And you get the dope, but if you get the dope or some of the toys, you get some of the lower level people. You want to get the top people, you want to take out the head of the snake. Follow the money. So Steve, if we're going to follow the money and we're going to hear another masterclass in how the Internal Revenue Service and their task force officers track down people who are selling millions of dollars worth of Coke and laundering that money. I've been asking one question, are you ready to play the most tax friendly tax compliant? Podcast of all. The original unadulterated and biggest baddest podcast on the Internet game of crimes. Absolutely. So everybody get in, sit down, shut up, and hold on, bring on lieutenant. Keith craigan, Morristown, New Jersey, police department. My Friends, this is a unique experience today. We have had people jump out of airplanes. We've had money launderers. We've had, you just name it, George young, to Luis navia, to people who are dealing in the types of stuff that we're going to be talking about here today. But this is the first time we've actually had a certified police accountant fraud cop badass investigator on the show. So hey, for Morris county New Jersey, welcome lieutenant Keith kragan. Thank you. Thank you. Good to have you here, Keith. I appreciate it. It's an honor to be here. I've listened to the podcast and we've warned you, never say that you say that now. Wait till the podcast is over. So you've had a lot of great talent on it's an honor to be on with you guys. So thanks for inviting me. Today will be no different because we're just doing a little work on our pre show and got some interesting factoids we're going to cover, but hey, look, Keith, first of all, we just want everybody to know you are at the station recording this. Obviously with the full approval of the chief and everybody on down, but it is, it is an active station. So if an alarm goes off, if Keith is has to get a band aid for a paper cut, because he's working in the financial crime section.

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"george young" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:34 min | Last month

"george young" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Who reached out to me to let me know. We correspond to the scripture recently on the phone. But yeah, you know, I mean, I had a network of people that I worked with with George and we called each other and just talked about some of our stories that we had with them. We talked about George. Are there stories to come out about George that we haven't heard about yet? You know, I'm not certain of that, you know, I could probably recall other stuff that he and I talked about, but I'm looking forward to this perhaps his documentary that was filmed because he was on my watch at the time that he was traveling filming that. And I think the premise of that is pretty interesting. They're going back to the sites where he was first introduced to the marijuana dealer and up in Long Beach or wherever it was. And then fitting those mobile homes or those RVs to be able to hide all the marijuana. And then were they did that where they first flew in over there by the Salton sea. So they were filming these areas and something placed down in Florida. So I think the connection of that documentary could be pretty cool. And I guess if there's other stuff that comes out, I'm interested to see the interview that he did with tuna. Because I remember when they flew up there and they were reunited with tuna. Remember I asked him before he met him how he met him how it went and stuff and yeah, I mean he told me the story you know how it went. But nothing extraordinary about it. But two to just seem more quiet, I guess compared to how you know him, of course we're talking. Yeah. 30 some years later, right? Yeah. And I guess if you read the book, you know how they kind of part of their ways, which is also interesting. But yeah, I guess, you know, if there's more stuff to come out and be able to come out and walk away from the documentary. Yeah. All right, brother. Well, man, this has been it's amazing that we got to meet you here. And I think mail brought you over and introduce yourself. It was a drive by. This is what it was. It was a drive by interview for the first time a few years ago when you guys did one of your first presentations and I came up and I said, hey, George young and yeah, of course you recognize the name and that's what I was so actively super resident. That's how long ago it was. Wow. And then I saw you guys sitting out there and I'm sure you were aware of I wasn't aware that he already interviewed with you, but I'm sure you were aware. I didn't even know mortgage back then. We had deep thought about a podcast back then. Yeah. All right. Thank you very much, Greg. True pleasure, brother. Thanks, brother, man. All right. My pleasure..

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"george young" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:38 min | Last month

"george young" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"We are back at the Southern California gang conference. And you know what, Steve? Is that surprise upon surprise? Surprise. And if you folks, you longtime players of the podcast will remember episode one was Murph and JP talking about the capture Pablo Escobar. And so did what do we do for episode two, Steve? We brought in our first bad guy, our first former bad guy, who was Pablo's business partner, that Johnny Depp, by the way, Johnny Depp's in the news right now. He won his $15 million lawsuit against ever heard. He played this guy in the movie blow, none other than George. And we have to get clarity, okay? Is it Jung or young? Yeah, George young. Guess who's saying that? Let everybody know who you are. Well, my name is Craig balinsky. I work for the United States probation parole officer in the Southern California. There you go. And your claim to fame with George is. I was his probation pro officer when he was released in the community. You were the one that yanked his pearl that first time right because he traveled out of state without permission. Actually. So George was wrong. Yeah, no, George was wrong, yes. I could have yanked his parole at one point, but I mean, I'd be proud. I said probation. Yeah, we actually said it's supervised release, but that's just. It's a kind of gentler term, yes. Now, George was originally released up in the eastern district of California. The Sacramento area. And that's where he was booted back for some technical violations, which he may have explained to you. It sounds like he already did traveling out of districts. Without permission, ingesting some alcohol, excessively. George would do something like that. George is a part of your wedding. You see was, yeah, yeah. Now what year was that? So he was originally released 2014. And actually seemed to do sales smoothly until we're in the summer of 2000 16. And ultimately was taken back to Ford on these violations that we just noted. And he was resentenced by the judge and beginning of 2017, went back to prison for a brief period of time. Then he was released back in the community, March 2017. That's when I assumed supervision of case. So he came back to Southern California. Yeah, he released down here southern district, San Diego. What was he doing his time at when he was released the second time? Oh, that's a good question. I'm going to guess he didn't want back for three months. So they probably kept him local. Okay. He probably wasn't shipped anywhere in bureau prisons. Okay. So would you guys think contract out locally then to keep people in county jails and stuff? Occasionally, yeah. How'd they do it up there in the eastern district I'm not very familiar, but yet we do do that. Hey, and just real quick before we get dive into too much and to George, it's interesting. Tell us a little bit about the role of U.S. probation and parole. I mean, because your federal, your fed, your sworn, carry a gun, carry a badge. Got the love of Jesus and you're pretty blue eyes. That's a Clint Eastwood line. If you guys didn't recognize it. Craig, watching. So what's a typical day like for you or for a traditional, because I got to imagine with reduced workforce and stuff, you got to be handling a ton of people. Yeah. Well, interestingly, the uniqueness of the southern district is we live. We live and work ten,.

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"george young" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

03:59 min | 3 months ago

"george young" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Can mention it, right? He had a sex wing. At that time, you know, you would see pictures you would hear. What the hell's a sex week? So I remember how did you know it was a sex swing? Exactly where did you stay when you were standing? I am not going to compromise my integrity on that. I've been told it was a sex week. And that even the cops, it was like a regular swing and it had a believe me. It was a sex week. It was on the second floor. Anyway, I just throw that out there. But he loved that house. He loved the paint house unless we got pictures with it. Had a swimming pool, a lot of stories about the parties, but I mean, and Steve says his best. You know what? He was just showing off to other traffickers. And later on, we found out that American pilots would come in and they'd meet with him. How does his famous think of monopolies? And this other traffickers remember, you would tell somebody you would say, you know, I got invited to publish bars Fink, Napoli or something. That was a glory. That was bragging rights for the rest of your life. If you got invited to popular Escobar's ranch. Hey, Steve. Episode two, when we talk to George young, did George young not meet Pablo out at think Annapolis? He says he did, but when I asked him to describe it, his description of where it was located didn't match which really located. He said it was really close to the city of Medellín. I mean, if we flew out there by halo, it was probably a 30 minute flight. And remember, he had the ranches. I mean, he had tons of rats near me. So it could have been another one and. If you look at why he named the finca napolis, right? I mean, it's an Italian name correct. Napoli, you know, from Italy. Right, right? And remember he loved the Italian architects, but I mean, it's a great name. And at the beginning, he had his, he had an airplane, right? Over the gate of Fink monopolies and that very.

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"george young" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast

Fandom Zone Podcast

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"george young" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast

"It's very interesting that that guy became the villain very true isn't always the many times the cases where you have the best friends the grow often. Then they end up becoming. It has happened before not so often but it has happened the full right. But but it's i and that's what makes you even move. Curious is what caused this rift. And i'm sure folks are waiting for that to be revealed. Hopefully you'll get revered in the show of where was that. He'll turn moments where where he sky. Fox you decide to go over to the side. But going back to grace. As i said she's quite the the potty mouth like i said that's why i like it but so so you know grace. Is you recruited by sheldon in george young. Then they go looking for fits so they go. You know they meet up with willie and his son fits you know. They returned home after struggling to look for work and obviously things were a little awkward after what happened with the mill. So it's amazing that they that they were even let inside their home to sit down to talk. Because i guess it was It was his wife that let them in because she fits and come home and they're sitting at the table having coffee and like what the hell with these people doing in our house. Yeah because they kind of blame sheldon by association. Fiving kind of symptom. Who fired them. let them go. I guess we could say because the fact that the meal was going under and also the embezzlement and they feel they go by association because it was showed his father and look sheldon who was doing the embezzlements. But day. They hold them accountable. A big reminder for one thing Like hey look we don't have the money that you keep promising that we were gonna get yes so often laid off and so how can we trust you so sheldon has to try to convince Fits having it. Fit says no desire so they kind of sent them packing. And it's only when fits. His dad willie gets a hold of him and says look you know. You've got an opportunity here you know you should go for it. How often the aid to go. You know to the other side of the world and not to mention. He's like oh he's really horrible. Man isn't is offering you a job. What a terrible right. So so it's interesting because sheldon in in georgia city. There the car outside trying to figure out their next move like well. We need fits your. We have no idea how that's going to. Because as far as they're concerned that's that's done it's not happening so they're trying to figure out what to do because they need everybody. According to sheldon's vision so fits finally comes audi like a great tells me okay amid but i want to be paid up front..

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"george young" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"george young" Discussed on WJR 760

"Let's just say he loses a lot of balls, and he has a tough time putting two numbers on his scorecard at the end of the day. Oh, so he'll be close to 9500. I mean, I thought, you know, I figured maybe that was like you guys shoots in the high eighties, but no, you're like that's a shock. You know that. I just wanted to know what my chopping your chopper the same and I guess they are. Shawn. You said it, right? Yeah, we're gonna get you. Exact sorry, Shawn. I was just going to say and people out there Look bright time grand time podcast. I'll have all that stuff up there. No doubt about it. Jordan. You need anything yet? I think it's safe to say you. You asked for helping people in Michigan responding. That includes us, No doubt about it. Appreciate it, guys. Thanks so much for having me on your pee on the golf course, bro. My leaves Jersey Lovett, George Young teaching pro, Of course, Fox Hills and You could hear him Sunday. Seven o'clock right here. Spit on golf on 7 60. Double D. J on more of the Darren McCarty show coming up next on a Friday night. 7 60 wjr. Home has never been more important, even for NFL superstars like Josh Jacob's over the first one to move in with my dad, and that's when we sleep in the car for a little bit everywhere was that when I was with him, it felt like home rocket mortgaging the players. Tribune present the home that built me. New video series or NFL players open up about home life. The thing that gives me two is every time I think about it is just having the house at 22 just.

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"george young" Discussed on Sitting Ringside

Sitting Ringside

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"george young" Discussed on Sitting Ringside

"Third dimensional. A lesson that I had to learn was like I'm in this cage I know it's not killer be killed but now I gotTA balance out my mind from competition to fight or flight, and in fighter flight when you saw those knockouts like the first. The first knockout that I had I told myself I had not this young man out because my first two fights was scared to hit the guy because I. Literally, if you wash my first sight's I, didn't anybody in the face wash my first two fights I I. Wasn't hitting anybody I couldn't. I literally couldn't bring myself to heal people my third fight I literally said I have two cornish this guy. This if I'm GONNA martial arts. Guy I don't know what you. Do because now. In what happened wasn't that fight he started kicking my legs he just kicking my legs aggressively and I just said, okay this guy alternately is doing this because he wants to wear my legs down so that he can later hurt me. So immediately when that started happening. Happen if you want my instagram, you can see the outcome. I went I goal I I only go. My my dad always used to get mad at me for competing because like I was the dude who was a state champion who would give the eighth grade or a wrestling match out of honor I wouldn't pen and right away I was him try to take me down I would let him try to do things 'cause I wanted to try. uh-huh. When wrestling the number one, the state. If you'RE NOT GONNA try you're gonNA JUST GONNA cower in fear no I would I would encourage him I'd say come on. Let's go. Come on, do something attack and everybody community hated that. But for me there was there was a level of of. Honor. Their. Had respect for your opponent absolutely and when I do have a worthy opponent I go. So. What I'm saying is this guy says kicking my lay says, okay he wants to go heartless go there. The Guy at the last knockout that I had was literally this guy knocked out everybody in the first round in less than ten seconds. We both had us four no, our six now and just a guy wants to go. Immediately. I. Wonder Why do you think it says twenty six second NOCCO. Because I knew he was probably probably wanted to go see that's that's matching the level of competition. I've always done it at literally always done it, and it is my downfall is the mice third dimensional. Thing because if I just went, it would be over a lot of. A lot of people understand this. So there's there's asking themselves is Joe GonNa show up to that. Get that's literally all of this and I know the appeal it's always been my entire career you understand what I'm saying. Even in fighting, that's where the disconnect has been my last fight my last professional fight. For example, there was a whole bunch of things happening behind the scenes that a lot of people don't know are talked about it openly on some other spaces with their a lot of eggs that. Don't know talk about getting a shot at your but. The day before the flight. That's just say, okay, you guys get you understand. So right. There's so many things that are going on behind the scenes. So again, mind body spirit not focused I'm already looking at this gentleman I literally this gentleman like he was nothing not Jordan Yuck I saw his record I saw performances and I went. There was no fear in my heart. There was no respect. You understand what I'm saying going into the cage going this guy's going to to to. These just GonNa be, and that's what it is. No I. saw the new I fell another trap. The trap. Can See on the footage. I don't pass guard after after I switch why don't why don't why didn't they just pass barberie they're. Just doing because there was no word in it. So speaking I I love what you speaking Oh, man I love the mount. Mind Body and soul that breach all the time man. That's what I always. What was off that night if you can speak on? Yeah. What what what? What I always tell my fighters I try and people. In always tell him we gotta be there. You know if you're if you knew I've got. A girlfriend or if you if you got money problems, we got fixed this before the fight because you're gonNA carry back into their. Yes. All of the above. All man was just there was the again. So I told my car pretty much a couple of weeks before. The week before the flight I got a shot my ass. Obviously, you guys can be the judge of workout. And then. This right the day before my fight I gotta get the same shop. What does that say reinfected I wasn't patient. Okay. So. That's. A little to UK. Another. My coach wasn't there might do wasn't there my coach wasn't there because he just got stem cell surgery and he couldn't fly. So I got two of my best friends who have no no idea of any type of fight. Experience or what I love him to death rounded up they don't train. They don't know. Are they're nervous? And and you can and feeling that they're unprepared entity it. Yeah. You can blow up nearly youth. I'm getting pads in the back of people laughing because otherwise on like. This is good. New. All of you have no idea has no idea how confident I was coming in and young fight. That George Young fight outside there's no way I can lose this fight. There's just no way I'm on three weeks. Notice I don't two weeks notice it doesn't matter. I'm going wait done Matt. I'm good. Everything's good it all literally started with I weighed in way too small. Normally, walk around to five are waiting at one, ninety nine, and that was the whole thing to is not showing face there because might like I hold weight very very well, I messed up. I came in all. That's immersing second does don't have coach thing. You guys are hearing some about some of these. So. The end all even to my birth mom is from Texas. They had promised I was going to get like a set number of tickets then end up getting no set number of tickets. So my birth mother drop in our family drove up from Texas to the to the arena were able to get in. They did not tell me this before the fight because they knew it was gonNA mess. Up Even till the song that I walked out to. Everybody knows I walk into my music played the wrong song. My God. The cage and I'm asking myself. I supposed to be fighting right now. I literally. AM. I. This Off. McCain's. Shit I literally have. I'm going to have to go. I literally had to go because every year. Wrong. Is going possibly with a hundred signs, you just had a baby you don't need to be that. I sign was two weeks ago a total. Clark. Mutt much respect because not a lot of guys, WanNa come on a show and talk about their loss and you're doing that right now and it's all. It's not a lot of people. But it's hilarious like how? Real right behind right. Yup I go with my life is to be shameless I. believe that fear I believe that shame comes from fear and I don't believe in living in fear because I used to live the ice is. People thought about me and you know I was the only.

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Allies of Boris Johnson Resign Amid Outrage Over Parliament Suspension

The Daily

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Allies of Boris Johnson Resign Amid Outrage Over Parliament Suspension

"On thursday as fallout from boris johnson suspension of parliament intensified defied two of his government allies resign ruth davidson the head of the scottish wing of the conservative party and george young the government whip in the house of lords in his resignation letter young made clear he could not tolerate johnson's maneuver writing edit quote risks undermining the fundamental role of parliament at a critical time in our history

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"george young" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We do have some breaking news. President Trump is planning to delay. Imposing tariffs on auto imports this affecting the European markets. It was expected that on Friday. He could announce another round of tariffs on European automakers. We're seeing shares up the eighty hours the American depositary receipts up almost three percent after being down earlier on this new, Sean. Donovan our chief trade correspondent for Bloomberg news. Joining us now for a little bit of context. Sean how surprising is this move. What we've been moving this way for for for a couple of weeks, and you really need to look at it in the context of the escalating dispute with China. This oughta terrorists are things that would hit mainly the EU and Japan, which are two big sources of imports of cars and parts and this is heavily opposed by the. Industry as well. So while Donald Trump is X escalating his fight with with with China in recent days. The appetite escalate fight with allies at the same time. So how important is this for the European and Japanese automakers per se was this a big issue for them. This was an immense issue for them. Both dime layer and BMW export a lot of cars to the United States. But they also big manufacturing facilities in the United States that rely on a supply chain that comes out of Europe. And in some cases, Asia likewise for Toyota and also some of the big South Korean producers. So this was a real fundamental hit to their to their business model in the United States and their coach to to a big market. We shall also say, however that this plan this idea of imposing tariffs was also opposed heavily by the the big Detroit three GM Ford and Fiat Chrysler, Shaun. Donovan Bloomberg trade reporter, thank you so much joining us with some commentary on the trade news coming out that President Trump will delay trait. Tariffs on imported cars. Bloomberg markets is brought to you by common. Financial network. The r I a broker dealer. That's one that JD power award for highest independent advisor satisfaction among financial investment firms. Five times in a row. Visit Commonwealth dot com. Well, clearly, the volatility in the markets has spiked in the last couple of weeks Vic's is now of eighteen from recent lows to get a sense of how to manage his fall tilting. We welcome George Young George is partner and portfolio manager at villa refunds about two billion dollars under management based in New Orleans, but George joins us here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, so George welcome. Thanks for being here. How do you and your partners manage volatility again, we've seen a kind of spike you over the last few weeks? How typically do you manage the volatility in your portfolio? Well, it is difficult to do. I think the important thing is for investors to remember that investing in general is a patient exercise. And so it's important for people understand over the long term. They need to make sure that they understand what they're buying. And why they're buying a good example of that is the volatile that we saw the fourth quarter of. Two thousand eighteen in contrast to the bolt Mark that we've had in the first quarter of this year. It's important for people know that there are a lot of macro factors that are looking great for long term investing. And if you think of it that way that would include low interest rates that include promising earnings that would include a strong domestic economy respective of the trade wars it were saying right now, so George is sort of interesting because as you speak banks in particular are taking it on the chin today. And I was looking at some of the stocks that you like and one of them is a Bank stock your any financial, which trades his K R N Y. And I'm just wondering how much of a case is there to own the shares of Bank right now. Given the fact that we're seeing inverted curve on the three months ten year side and low yields all around, right? That's a good question. One of the things it's important. Remember with them is how fishing they are at operating. They've got a two percent yield. It's very consistent. They are a recapitalized in Bank, which means. They can be bought out in due course. There are small Bank. They're only a big in and a half dollars market cap. So it looks to me that something like that extremely consistent. They don't have any high risk loans. They've got a charge off ratio point. Oh, two percent. So the very efficient in the mortgages that they that they have their portfolio and the loans they determined to make so long term. It's great. It's not your typical Bank of America. That's what we like something like the small cap area. So George what are we have this pullback in the market of all the markets kind studying here a little bit today. But we have a pullback in the market whether it's just in the last couple of weeks or whether it was back in the fourth quarter. Where were where are you putting cut new money to work? What are sectors that you like this point? Well, there a number of good sectors investment in information technology, for instance, that's an important sector to look at and that again dominates the S and P five hundred is a mentioned Carney of something. That's fantastic. Then also Roper technologies which is a mutual fund basically of fifty different investment. Companies fluid handling pumps. They continue to buy their sort of like a mini berkshire-hathaway their cash flow outpaces their net income, so they have additional cash reinvest. It's not an overly expensive stock touchy. When you compare it to interest rate yields right now ten year government two and a half percent. You gotta do better than that Roper can deliver easily. I think a fifteen percent return consistently over the years. You know, George once struggle for a lot of investors has been the whole value versus growth, and as you look into value. It should be that these chairs outperform, and they really haven't in growth really has led the way what makes you think that's going to change. Well, what happens in the investment world is always a regression to the mean, so whatever's in style right now tends to go out of style. And so whether you're talking about one percent, one sector doing well versus another sector, a one type of stock over time there such a plethora. Wonderful investments out there. Timing can be difficult. I'll I'll agree to that. But there's always that regression to the mean. So I think you'll see that switch in due course. George. Thank you so much for being with us towards young partner and portfolio manager at villa refunds overseeing more than two billion dollars normally in New Orleans, but today in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studios, just giving you a sense of the market action. It is a week or day, but not sharply. So an actually the NASDAQ has turned positive up three tenths of one percent. Barely down the S and P now so trying to get a little bit of steam as we have a little bit more positive tone out of President Trump on trade negotiations on those potential tariffs on the auto sector from New York. This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg. Hey, it's flow. And you never understood top hat aren't all hats on top. The like the toughest part.

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"george young" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"L F. Welcome back our final segment with Dr Dianna, polka talk about her work American cosmic. And of course, tell us the title. How did you get the title Diana shares? So the title, you, you know, you don't title the book before you, write you kind of title comes you, write it. And as I was researching the origins of our space program. I came my editor actually who is very intelligent incredibly intuitive women suggested that I read this book called the Russian cosmos, spy, George Young, and I did. And I was also at the time reading books on Jack Parsons, you know, and the people who figured out rocket technology. And I realized that these people were pretty their beliefs were pretty out there. And they believe a lot of the believe that they were in touch with non. Human intelligence, and that they were actually using that word again downloading they were downloading these technologies, and I thought, wow, I didn't know that about our space program at all. I thought our space programs were completely materialists, you know, scientific materialists believe in anything like this. But actually, go back to the brilliant people who did develop these technologies, they weren't they did have these systems. So so I decided that and the people that I was studying now..

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"george young" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on KTOK

"Six o'clock in his radio one thousand KT. Okay. Beth myers. The only region nominations move forward. Yeah. It was almost unanimous. I'm Beth Myers, and the NewsRadio one thousand K, okay. Center by voted forty five to one state Senate today confirmed the nomination of Ohio businessman, Eric Stevenson to serve on the oh, you board of regents. He becomes the first African American to serve on the board of regents in twenty years. Now, the only no vote in the Senate came from democrat, George Young of Oklahoma City who is one of two African Americans in the Senate young said he would have preferred a regent more closely connected to students on the Norman campus. He also said the governor should have considered a list of names submitted to him by the black legislative caucus. And meanwhile, the board has called a special meeting tomorrow in Oklahoma City, they will meet an executive session with investigators from the Jones day law firm allegedly looking into allegations former oh, you president David Boren sexually harassed to male subordinates born. Attorney says born met Friday with investigators and answered all of their questions the region say that no action will be taken at their meeting on Tuesday the platform that was adopted Saturday by the Oklahoma Republican party during its convention and more calls for penalizing school districts for teacher walkouts Alicia, priest with the Oklahoma Education Association says the effort to take away the voice of teachers is unacceptable. She says educators can speak for themselves and take stand just like any other profession at school bus driver and toll size probably pretty red faced after going into a gas station this morning, leaving the bus running and the bus was stolen. Oscar Agra lar- jumped into the bus and took off and he took it for a joy ride, according to police, and then he radioed into dispatch telling them where he would leave the bus. He was arrested. Police say the bus wasn't damaged and charges were filed today in Cleveland county district court against the woman who surrendered on Friday and. Connection with those racist graffiti incidents in Norman and Oklahoma City. Forty-five-year-old Allison Johnson of Norman has been charged with one felony and three misdemeanor counts of militias injury to property, according to a police report, she spoke at length to police about her racist beliefs and our efforts to wake people up. She said her intention was to scare Jewish people and people of different races other than white. That's according to the police report a man was shot and wounded Sunday by Lawton police. The OS BI says officers were asked to check on the welfare fifty seven year old Michael Burton at his apartment when Burton came to the door. He allegedly had a gun. He was swinging it aggressively at officer isn't when he refused to put it down the officers fired their weapons Burton was not seriously injured he was taken to a hospital and treated and released, and then he was taken to jail just how he was able to walk away from the Oklahoma county jail on Saturday is still under invest. Education, but inmate Paul Thompson is back in custody. This time he's facing and escape charge. The Twenty-three-year-old Thompson was arrested Sunday near north west twenty third Meridian after a short foot pursuit. He was being held on a misdemeanor charge of concealing stolen property as a low level offender, he had privileges to work in and around the jail. Maybe just not any.

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"george young" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Pregnant woman enter sixteen year old son shot dead by the woman's boyfriend suspect, also shot and injured two officers were expected to recover and recount police chief Mark Amerman free officers full recovery in play pray for the families at all also ones year. Anthony Bailey killed his thirty nine year old pregnant girlfriend, her sixteen year old son and himself and the Stockbridge home. Henry county police chief against Bailey was a convicted felon who should not have had a gun in the first place a good at county woman and her lover convicted of killing the woman's husband on his doorstep back in twenty seventeen forty-three Tia young and thirty nine. Old Harvey Lee killed Young's husband, George Young by shooting him with his keys still in the front door. Lock. Prosecutors say they killed him for his one million dollars in life insurance. What county deputies say a burglar tried to get away in an unusual disguised as CEO found. So Donald go broke into a house, and then fled deputies trying to disguise themselves by wearing clothes he stole from that house. They've owned him hiding under a deck Friday after a record is car near camp Perrin road in cedar drive. Someone saw him jumping abors fence and called nine one one Charlie O'Brien W S fee for college basketball tonight in the final four, it's Auburn versus Virginia. Then Michigan state plays, Texas Tech. Today's pollen count fifteen hundred ninety six considered extremely high again but far lower than yesterday's count, which registered sixty two hundred sixty two hope Dave with hearing that WSB news time eleven thirty one.

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"george young" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Keaveney on then he killed himself. WSB news time to one definitely give SP meteorologist Kirk Mellish. Calling for cloudy now a partly cloudy day on the way, Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is straight ahead. Seven people. Are under indictment for afford valley. State university prostitution operation police say forty nine year old ringleader at Lisa Johnson. The former executive assistant to the school president faces charges for prostitution pimping sodomy and pandering six men some of them quite prominent also face charges, bringing his I I this is w SP twenty four hour continuing news Boeing will cut production of the grounded max airliner to focus on fixing five control software suspected in two deadly crisis. Boeing says it will reduce production from fifty two to forty two planes a month starting in mid April. President Trump is definitely dumped his nominee to head immigration and customs enforcement Duprey in Washington. In a surprise move. President Trump has withdrawn his nominee to be the head of ice, which is in charge of immigration. But we're going to the president had nominated Ron video for the post both last year and again in January. It wasn't clear. Why the nomination was abandoned this week? Espy's Jamie do pre woman and her lover convicted Friday of killing the woman's husband on his store step in twenty seventeen forty three year old t young and thirty nine year old Harvey Lee killed Young's Housman, George Young by shooting him while they still had the keys in the front door. Lock. Prosecutors say they killed him for his one million dollar life insurance policy. WSB news time to to Doug Turnbull. Smilin' Mark McKay over Atlanta's traffic when you need it. Most SP triple team traffic every six minutes, mornings and afternoons news ninety five AM seven fifty s penned on it. Hi, I'm.

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"george young" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Stab apparently Arnold Schwarzenegger doing some play by play. This is the Vegas thing to happen in San Diego since nobody cared wonder of the story is more than it took so long for the deal to be done or the money and the years with the Dodd after five as you know, Machado was a free agent longer than he was a dodger. Who knows? Go was a big market spender. And you thought hosmer for one hundred and forty four million was vague when they signed him a year ago. San Diego's more a large community with hamlets and villages and all roads, take you to the zoo and the ocean where you can serve to your heart's, delight. If you look over here you can visit a number of World War Two battleships in mothballs. And if you look over there. You've got Tijuana Mexico for the other side of the Bordeaux kids will now want to see Manny hit long drives over the wall. But it hasn't been built yet and won't be Chuck and Nancy have their way. Many now has the money to build his own wall. Or at least a tunnel to take him and the entire sandiego community back and forth across the border. Manny will love the weather in San Diego since the sun never sets until night falls. If you want the four seasons in San Diego, you call Frankie Valli the Padres will now. Try to move north division with Machado hosmer, kipnes ler and a fading will Myers and certainly Machado at least makes. Them think leased certainly the fans in San Diego wall hope that Machado at least makes them think a little bit of Joni Gwen or even a day Winfield before George and how we and Dave forge their loving relationship. The Yankees didn't need Machado and certainly not with all. But first bays basically set in stone, including a doubles machine at third only needs to buy a glove and three who can play short among Didi coming back helping and to Lewinsky and LeMay, Hugh, even Taurus, if need be the Metropolitans, well, they have they have resigned. Chored Todd father a third. They also have a budget. The Metropolitan's also fear that if Manny came to the team, he might someday look for an extension, and of course extensions are expensive. Now. It's just a matter of time before Bryce Harper get some of that silly money. Philadelphia wants to spend. So so here comes eleven years and three hundred twenty five million for are probably making Philadelphia even better than they already are. And you wonder when Harper signs with the Phillies? Expected to be very soon. Now if that happens, and when it does if Brody Brody will continue to the metropolitan are the team to beat in the division. Here's a gas Manny ops out in five years and band wagon takes on the final five years and one hundred and fifty million making metropolitan fans remember that he did something like that five years before as the late George Young GM, the New York football giants used to say, it is all about the money, and who is going to turn down that kind of guilt with the five-year opt out some of us would have come to New York for less and some believe the Yankees, they might have offered less. Manny. Will love the friendly. And now the media and San Diego where any interviews. He does with the San Diego union Tribune won't last very long. At least if memory serves in San Diego, February nineteen may turn out to be a semi holiday house. Moore signed on February nineteen a year ago and Manny today. All right. We'll take your calls. It's a short Tuesday marathon schmooze right up until seven Anna cores after the hockey game will ride around ten o'clock, we're guessing tennis. Oh, five ten ten. Maybe ten eleven even we'll be taking your calls until one o'clock tomorrow morning, but we can take some calls now. So no from the one eight seven seven three three seven six six x number to call on the fan. New york. I'm Kelly Dillon with a fan highway.

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"george young" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I go by what I see. And what I've seen over the last six or eight weeks is it C J Anderson was a more effective running back overall than Todd Gurley. Maybe you disregard that and say hey Todd Gurley. I know what I saw in September and October. He's a great player. But I haven't seen it since. But I think he's gonna be okay. We're gonna give him the ball twenty six times in this game. And they didn't do it. Now does the Sean McVeigh have some regrets about it possibly? I don't know. But my whole thing about what happened with Todd Gurley is that this is one of those things just like the Antonio Brown story to be continued. We just don't know entertain good enough to join us as we're talking. About the Super Bowl. I ask you about that. I'm always fascinated by the hall of fame process. You always do a great job of explaining it. You've done it through the years. We were talking to Paul Gutierrez who is covered the raiders for many many years, and obviously around here a lot of people wanna see Tom floor is getting and you talked in your column about why maybe he didn't get in this year. He did make it to the fifteen, but obviously got cut to the ten. My question is I want you to comment on floors? But also he was talking about when he was voter in the process that sometimes you're making trades like politics. Hey, y'all vote for your guy you vote for my guy. First of all does that. Twenty six years. I've never done it. I can't say what other people do this forty eight people on the committee. I am not my brother's keeper all I can say is what I've done. I have never ever set in my time doing this job. I will vote for your guy next year. If you will for my guy this year. I don't have my guys, you know, what I have. I have the people who I think deserve to be in the hall of fame. Okay. And for years, I've told a lot. I look listen my first big job in this business. I covered the New York Giants K and the the guy who really was great to me breaking in was a general manager named Georgie on. And so over the last few years, George Young has had tried to get traction to get in that room to be one of the finalists for the hall. And I have said, you know, I love Georgia. George was fantastic to me in so many ways, but I can't support. Them for the hall of fame because in my opinion, that was a Bill Parcells team covered it for four years. I saw day in day out. I saw how it worked. I saw wire was successful. And to me, it's a Parcells team Georgia's great, but I don't view them as a hall of fame person because of that. And it's. That great consternation from a lot of people who cover the giants who live in New York who think that I must have some against them. I don't have anything against them. I love George. I mean, he's dead now. But I love George Young. He was great to me. But I mean, I have to sit there and try to decide who belongs in the hall of fame. Okay. And so when I sit there, and I look at, you know, this group, this is just my opinion. And I don't speak for anybody else there in my opinion. Tom flurries falls short for a very simple reason, he inherited a team even though a team that was going through may have gone Oakland, LA flying back and forth at one year just a crazy thing and he won two Super Bowls. But he inherited a team that was thirty three and eleven in the three years before he got there. He inherited a team with a domineering owner. Who was gonna pick all the players in handy of the players, and and all that. And then, you know, he he he won two Super Bowls and was great. You know, he you know, he he managed that team in a difficult situation. And then the last seven years he was the coach he didn't wanna play off game. He went to another team the Seattle Seahawks and was fourteen and thirty four in three years and his career ended then so again, I think Tom flory's, you know, in this just my opinion. I think Tom flurries belongs in the hall of very good. If he ever gets into the hall of fame, I will be very happy for him. And I'm not one of these guys who said who who will say, oh, he didn't deserve to be in whoever has gotten in over the years. I have always said whether I supported them or getting support him good their hall of famers. I absolutely one hundred percent agree with the decision because we are a democratic organization and if eighty percent of the group more than democratic if eighty percent of the group believes in a guy. Votes for a guy. Then that's great. He deserves to be in. It's just it's one of those tough calls in my opinion. I think Tom flurries fall short. Peter. It's been great all season long. Always great to inside Trump a lot of fun, and hopefully, we can do it again. But thank you so much for all your insights all season long. We really enjoyed it and good luck on jeopardy. Hey, I really appreciate it guys. Thanks a million. There you go. There is Peter King. Good insight into the hall of fame discussing all asked us about the whole trade thing. He said he had done it. So he didn't say whether others did it or whatever all it said. It was part of kind of the thing when he was there. I'd imagine guy still do it. Because guys still get up. If you don't understand the process guys get up, and they make a presentation for somebody and Peter and his piece this week wrote. How long each guy went and read went two minutes, and I don't know who went up for Ed Reed. But he basically Ed Reed was. Yeah. We got it. Tony gonzalez. Hey, we're good. They debate. I think they debated floors eighteen minutes. So each guy they debate for a while. And then they say, okay, yea or nay, and you know, kind of what they do. It's different than obviously baseball where they just go. There's X amount. There you go. So anyway, he said he falls short. Yeah. That's Seattle thing when he went. He went fourteen thirty four is the last three years as an NFL coach that's hard overcome. Yeah. Those are good. I'll take NBA nickname for two hundred Alex. Oh, sorry. We're at a time time to go to double jeopardy. Losers. Geography. Not great at it. But they're having those people would rather take contagious. I know for a thousand rather than NBA nicknames two hundred is that sports before I go to that one. Now, they'd rather be stabbed in the eye with own sports me. No goes words, Alex. Let's go Alex could seriously say how about we stab you in the eye with a pen or you take sports category pen pen pen wants sports. I love sports. It must be when they do decide to put up a sports category. That they're just board is like, you know, what we just haven't been having a lot of fun around here. Let's put up a sports category. Just have some fun. I'll go to forty two of the Britannica encyclopedia. We'll tell you the volume you tell us with on that page. Let's go that for four hundred. Let's see what happens there sports like, no, no, no, no, no, no NBA, seven footers. No, no, nothing. CB smith. Gave games back there. They this is back there. Heidi? I told him as a recording the sharks and the jets. And I said I don't wanna watch the game. I'd like to watch it. Put the board. I've been inputted straight. It's crooked. Looks back there. I can see why I told him I go you have another TV over there. Get two TV's. And that damn I could see like your nose and one of your is fertile. All the big stories coming up shades in here. Like why that's perfect opening close is in here. That'd be sweet. Blinds in here. It'd be nice blinds guy around go. Well, this I can't see them saying break now..

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"george young" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Ready now to be a head coach does he has he had enough seasoning. Where he's ready now that the head coach. Yeah, he's been in the league longtime and players like him there. I suspect him and it's a hard road from the special teams. There aren't a lot of guys who get the job. It's very I mean hob was kind of the patron Saint he's who's done it. Dick, famille was a special teams coach not that many guys were. But that that's a hard road to beat a special teams coach, they usually one of staying special teams coaches. Yeah. I know, and you that's a good point. It really is. And I think that's what people think about, but you know, what? I mean, it's the guy can coach coach coach he could find a guy who can coach team. Absolutely true. You know? On sure when you're walking around you'd think about when you were here with this game. And I was talking about the other day. And I said, you know, it's amazing people forget because they forget the game because the Super Bowl became a, blah. But your team wins the championship game forty one to nothing beats the Vikings who everyone thought was gonna win the game. And you guys town them Kerry Collins gets five touchdown passes. You have this enormous day. And then you run into a juggernaut on a on a bad day in the Super Bowl. So I mean when you think back, what do you think back to about that Super Bowl? You had a great run that year he made the guarantee you went through the season the whole thing you win. You win the championship game in a row. And then here you are at the Super Bowl know funny thing is I thought Minnesota Vikings were the best team in the final. Lotta people did. Yeah. Billick said he thought they were gonna play the Vikings. Yeah. Oh, yeah. We just came out and played and they had a bad day. And that's why I never bet you never know who's going to have a good to know, you don't we did you probably was shocked that your team had such a bad day in the Super Bowl everything. Everything went wrong turns bad calls guys fallen down. I mean, he's one of those days when everything that holding call was George Young Dovan crazy that defensive whole Nicole, which he he was so incensed about that goes eight admitted was a bad call. Yeah. I know. Hey, hey, Dan, doesn't help you afterwards. No can't do anything. What are they gonna send you a gift whatever game around that? Sure. You need one plate attorney game. Like the fake punt turn the game around for the Rams last week. Oh, yeah. The twenty nothing. Otherwise,.

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"george young" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

16:24 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on WLAC

"Welcome back. Diana at the beginning of your book. You mentioned Robert Bigelow appearing on sixty minutes and saying aliens are real, and I don't care if you think I'm crazy at the end of your book, you reference the revelations that came out in the December two thousand seventeen New York Times story about eight tip and all the developments that have been in the news since then it's an amazing time an amazing timing for you. You started this project in two thousand twelve had no idea that by the time, you got finished and ready to publish that the world the whole world would be talking about UFO's good timing. Yes. Thanks has nothing to do with me and the book itself, it's fascinating to me. Because I look at it. I almost feel that it wrote it wrote itself, and I was at ten, and so it's George if it's possible I'd like to go back to this idea of technology because I think it's really important to the we technology connection if that's okay before we talked about the Vatican. Yes. Okay. So there were several things that were happening in the nineteen forties. And that were very interesting forties and nineteen fifties that seemingly had nothing to do with each other. But in one way, but have correlations nonetheless and one was the creation of the of the space programs the Russian space program and the United States space program. And when I went back, I of course, I had to do some research about that. And I started researching each and what I found there's a great book by George Young called the Russian cosmonauts. And it's the history of some of the founders of a rocket technology, and what I found was that by Constantine Schakowsky had these beliefs that were absolutely okay yet. It was east believe that helped him construct the. Equations that later became the foundation for the Russian space program. And similarly in our own space program, we have a similar history of people who we had what would only be described as out there who types beliefs and practices that created the our space program. Now, something we can't talk about the Russians are much more open about it. We're really close the United States is really close. So a lot of those are steady are were clearly even at first they were seemingly open were like, sure. Yeah. Come in. And take a look at it. Then I think research you found that I'd went article that had you owned a title went after that. It was like, no, okay. So you don't not going to go in and look at those sources. So that another thing that was happening was that this philosopher Martin Heidegger, who by the way, today's philosopher? And are quite he's a controversial figure. Let's put it that way. But he had a very interesting idea of technology. And it was that he as you know, it is as transformative as the the Christian God was western civilization. Technology is going to bring on this new epoch? And it's backed on technology is not what we think it is. We don't use technology. We actually we exist in a symbiotic relationship to it. So so given those kinds of things I brought that idea both of those ideas, I brought them to bear on the two characters Tyler James who represented two parts of the study James represented kind of the looking at the physiological aspects of people who who have interface with phenomena and Tyler looking at the physical aspects both though. Oh, were we're we're reminded me of each early founders in that they did have these beliefs, but they were they were geniuses geniuses. I just have to say it, so technological thing. There's a researcher a philosopher at the university of Connecticut. She's schneider. She's spoken to Nassau and and basically what she had said. And she's got a great article out there. He can do go her name and and come up with it. I can't remember the name of it. But if you type in season Schneider aliens, it'll come up, and basically she makes this case which has been maybe before when we come in contact with another life form, it's going to be their technology, or they will be technology. Okay. And so so this then brought me back to this conundrum safe in the Ufology. Community but not just the community. You know, maybe Bigalow camper. People study the phenomena, you know, they're looking at the scientific, but you they really need to start looking at the people who interface with it who are the scientists. Because these people are different these these are people who are they have they have. Woo. Woo. Woo skills that I'm not they're not necessarily. We will. I think use mentioned a quote in the beginning of the program that at some point we'll learn that there's a scientific basis for these types of skills, but the US military's already figured out that people that had these skills are useful. And so they don't necessarily you have many students who are veterans some of whom have been recruited into you know, and promoted because of the the what they call the six. Then they don't know what it is. But they know it works. So they're more tax strategic about it rather than like professors asking where we don't have evidence for it. Well, if it works it works, and that's kind of the military way of understanding that if it works we're going to use it. And if it if it does if it's not real, it doesn't really matter. Quirky. So so the people, you know, like look at Tyler James in the first part of my book, they're making inroads into the study the phenomenon and it's not because they're particularly efficient at the physics of propulsion or something like that. It's because the ways in which they use their brains is different. And a lot of that has to do with ruler things like see chronicity. There were so many secrecy and trained me for into this improbable types of things that happen that I had to actually get that some time in the book. So I did that as well. I I spend some time talking about, you know, almost everybody who has this type of experience says, well, you know, and in fact, people who are religious synchronicity and meaningful coincidence is like the language of each kind of encounters in all relief. And and absolutely the case with respect to the youth logical research, and here, we are your book coming out precisely at this time. I don't know if it's coincidence or synchronicity or just a a wild accident. But it's it's just about perfect. You know, I can tell you this is that at least contractors who've been working for the military intelligence outfits are aware of sort of the will will DNA connection help. And they call it biomarkers or they have used humans and animals bio sensors and have studied it, and I hope that we're going to be hearing more about that. You look at some events that happened to you Afo people contact he's abductees, and you know, there are supernatural elements to it. I don't know what else you would call it. There are elements that are so far beyond just ET's flying saucers the equivalent of a burn. Bush or a spiritual epiphany something like that that you need a really big tent to look at this. You can't just look nuts and bolts to understand it. No. You can't. I mean, my perspective is that if it's data, and if it recurs, and it's a pattern you have to pay attention to it or that's not good research. Let's talk about you end up in the Vatican. I mean, this is not something anybody can go in there and check books out like a library right now. It's not it's it's it's a year process to get in. So what did you wanna find in there? All right. So this is a this is funny because it segues from our idea, you know, what we've been talking about synchronicity. So this in the beginning was unrelated research to my UFO research. Okay. So kind of I mean, so we do. So I was asked by a person I won't name, but who is a billionaire philanthropist interested in the levitation of Joseph of Cupertino and Saint in the Catholic church you've had these skills, perhaps they had these biomarkers. I don't know. But these were very specific types of people that they were interested in they asked me to go to the Vatican secret archives, which is the private archive of the pope and to look into these manuscripts, which are old manuscripts. From basically the seventeen hundreds the saints existed in the sixteen hundreds. But it took a while too. Right. Yep. The records and the records literally if you were to stack them on top of each other are about to tall dense Latin seventeenth century Italian. It's just you know, a very difficult. Undertaking. And so at this point, I had I had a team of people who studied the phenomenon, you know, Jacques was helping me I had James I Tyler. So I had a team of people he were interested in aerial phenomena and the people who encountered aerial phenomena. And so I I realized that this could possibly be a rich resource for aerial phenomena in the historical record. And why don't we take a look at that? So you have to have a special credentials to get into the archive like you said, you know, you just can't get in. And you have to be you have to have a PHD in religion or theology. And you have to have a record of research, and you have to have a university affiliated all of which I had. So I could get in. I decided that I wanted Tyler to come. With me because Tyler was an expert at aero phenomenon. And I thought that you know, he he doesn't know anything about Catholic history. But I was going to I actually tested him by translating some of the sources of Francis of Assisi who encountered Sarah, which is an angel that looked pretty suspect to me now that I knew the UFO literature, and I can you. I translated the original source for him that he could read it. And he read it and he said, oh, yeah. Yeah. This is you know, these when these things come into the atmosphere. This is what it looks like this is the white associated with it as I said, this would be a great person. So I talked to the funding people, and I said this person needs to go with him. And so and for this reason, and you know, you you can't you know, you've got very conservative people in the Catholic church ain't wanna talk about UFO's. They've got enough problems. The PR problems. All right. So, you know, so I don't say we're gonna go check out historical sources as UFO's in perhaps, you know, people who were, you know, had the markers to identify then then, you know, be contacted, and blah, blah, blah, and no that's not gonna cut it with them. So I had to massage the language and say, this is what we're we're looking at cases of phenomenon within history that will play to Joseph to Patino. So so I wanted to get Tyler into the archive. But I didn't know if I could do we did everything we could. So he already had a lot of credentials, but related to the space industry. So he he was a space shuttle guy, so he'd been working on space shuttle program pretty much his whole life had multiple affiliations with the space agencies. And so I thought okay, it's gonna look pretty weird Catholic historian going in with the space person. So let's get he also is an entrepreneur so used to watch. His I the I is that he told from the space research to create these amazing biotechnology companies, and so he was into independently wealthy. And so I thought well, he does do, you know, maybe we can use some of the people he knows who are well-known people and establishments in universities, and we can get him letters of recommendation to get so we did that. So we could get a lot of that. And so on the way to use Vatican one place. Like, right. He went before I did. So he got there before he got the archives and tried to get into that let him in. And so I'm texting on the airplane. And he's like what do I do? And I say well, try this or try that. So it took about two or three hours. And you know, this is kind of like there's three there are three people you have to go order to finally into the archive and the first person not even letting them in. And so he finally says can I just showed? Oh them who. I am. And I'm like, what is he talking about who she is. You know, he's not necessarily famous in fact, he's invisible. However, he thinks that he can show them something and get in. And I said, well is it going to get us in trouble or anything, and he goes, no? And I said, okay, go ahead. So showed him a card which was a, you know with a card of an affiliation. And as he showed the card he dropped something and went to pick it up and look at the computer and saw stay on the computer. And so parents because the Vatican is an ally of the US he was giving me full access. And if that he was giving greater access than me. So by the time, I got there Tyler had. Not only did he have full access to everything we needed to see including the manuscript. He also made a friend there a really holy priest who befriended us and tip. It's all through the Vatican. Introduced us to some people advisors of the past that, you know, they're into retirement. But there they were papers visor father, boom tell you can look them up on Wikipedia. And so we were it was an incredible experience because of that it would not have happened to me. But with Tyler it happens. So he must he knew the secret handshake of something. Yeah. Yeah. He did. And so we got in there. And and we were just going there. So we went to the secret archives? And we did look at these manuscripts. And one of the manuscripts. We were supposed to look at was a Spanish nun sister Maria of Agra who. Also levitated, and and she said she by located to a place in the United States. And if you've got to New Mexico, you can actually hear about her, and there are churches in her name, and that kind of thing, and she is she's up for canonization, although it may not happen..

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"george young" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"george young" Discussed on Big Blue View

"I want to play for you the interview that I did with big blue view contributor Jeff Roberts about our date to remember series. So let's do that right now. Okay. Giants fans I'm joined now by big blue view contributor. Jeff roberts. Jeff spin working on a series for us that we're calling a date to remember which has been sort of a stroll through some of the the greatest games in giants history in Jeff joins us now to tell us what we've you know, what he's been doing. And and what he's got coming up. How you doing? Jeff good. Thanks for having. Hey, appreciate your your taking a few minutes. So you know, you, and I we started we started this series with just the idea that the. Giants haven't been in the playoffs in what once in in the last one hundred or so years, something like that. And you know, it's just nice to to look back on some of the better moments in giants history. Just tell folks a little bit about about what you've been doing with this. So far. Well, it's just basically been going back and trying to find some of the best wins that the huge playoff victories. That resonated. Whether people remember them, or whether they predated sort of their days fans, and sort of how those days have built into the the identity that is giants football in. What's been interesting thing is that the giants identity really hasn't changed from the nineteen fifties. Frank Gifford teams well into the, you know, the LT era eighties through to two thousand seven and two thousand eleven when a team built on a good pass rush. A good defense. Smart accurate quarterback. There really has been a fee running through all of these championship teams. And it's interesting to for me because it's it's a dark period right now. In in giants football. I think one playoff appearance in what is it seven years now? You know? But it's a reminder, you know, four Super Bowl titles. It's a reminder that that as giants fans they haven't had it all that bad. Well, it's cyclical coups. The giants were a dominant power in the nineteen fifties. And then struggled throughout the sixties and seventies until George Young and parcels came in the late seventies early eighties. So yet it is a dark period. But if you look across town at the jets. It's it's a heck of a history. Yeah. It's been it's been a dark period for a long long time over there. So. Yeah. So. Yeah. So so giants fans haven't, you know, giants fans have had it pretty good. Whether they want to realize that, you know, at at this point or not it's it's been a tough a tough stretch of a few years, and hopefully things are pointing up for the giants. But it's nice to to kind of, you know, stroll down memory lane a little bit and one of the cool things about this series. Is it's easy to to just go back and look at the dates and say, oh, hey, the giants did this on such and such date. But you know, you have had the the opportunity to talk to a few people. I think you've had the opportunity at this point to talk to Lawrence tines and talk to Carl banks, you know, about some of their memories of some of those games. Just you know, if you can share a little bit of of of what you found out talking to those guys, I think I've been that'd be great. We'll do. I mean, obviously, everyone knows Carl banks is if you're listening to this podcast. What's great about him? If he so intelligence, you get more than just this happened here Carcelle said this before the game one of my favorite date to remember that I've done so far was Carl basically. Describing how not only did the giants go out and expect to win. But defensively they expected to break their opponent down. I'll just mean physically. I mean, they wanted their opponents on the offensive line to quit. They wanted to actually spiritually beat them down. And then while plays going on before every snap. They would compare notes. Like, hey, my blogger he's giving up your guy. He's about to give. And it just showed you not only how good this team was. But how? Psychologically, tough. They've been built by parcels to really go out and just demolish teams..

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U.S. appeals court upholds right to carry gun in public

Joyce Kaufman

02:37 min | 4 years ago

U.S. appeals court upholds right to carry gun in public

"I don't know there's something in the water out there in San Francisco but, this is might be you know some of the best news that I've had in a long time the ninth circuit court of appeals in San Francisco ruled today that the second amendment guarantees Americans the right to carry a gun for self defense, in public overturning a Hawaii licensing rule that limited gun possession. To the home that the ruling which comes one year after the, supreme, court. Declined to rule on, the issue overturns a Hawaii court, of appeals ruling that held officials. Did not violate a plaintiff second amendment rights by prohibiting from carrying outside of his home we do. Not take lightly the problem of gun. Violence judge Darmon oh scan lane wrote in Tuesday's ruling for the to judge majority but for better or for worse the second, amendment does, protect a right, to carry a, firearm in public for Self defense the plaintiff George Young sued after a state official twice denied him a permit to carry a, gun outside now the decision does not affect court rulings that. The second amendment does not guarantee a citizen's right to carry a, concealed, weapon. In public but it, does come exactly one week after, the same ninth circuit this is. Amazing upheld the lower court's ruling that California's high capacity magazine bam was unconstitutional Oh boy, when the night circuit his ruling in favor. Of the second amendment you're seeing a change already in the mindsets of some of these courts these, courts are starting to realize that they better get, with the constitution because that's the. Direction that we're going with this new with the new, appointees from the Trump administration and certainly if we get. Bread Cavanaugh who is a firm. Second amendment supporter on that supreme court we talk about that in the next, hour what's, actually going on in terms of the cavenaugh, confirmation because what a bunch of games being played. Not, just by the Democrats who we expected from but by the Republicans as well and this does not bode very well for their future, and they've got a couple of important elections coming up they better. Get with the, program and the veteran is the fact that that the, American, people actually Favor ice and would like to. Abolish legal immigration anyway stay right. Where you are last hour today's choice Kaufmann show coming up next.

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